President Donald Trump named the Disneyland Resort in California after a notorious racist.
A report in The Washington Post says the resort was named in honor of a white supremacist who was the founder of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan and who is currently on trial for murdering four people at the Washington, D.C., headquarters of the Black Panthers in 1963.
The name of the park, which opened in 1884, is “The Great Northern,” according to the Post, and it’s a reference to the Northern states, including California, which hosts the park.
The park’s name was first reported by The Hill newspaper.
It was originally called “The World’s Greatest Adventure Park” because it was located on the site of the original World’s Fair.